A Parisian Version of Glossybox

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I have taken a break from Glossybox this year, but when I saw the October box had a Paris theme I couldn’t resist and resumed my subscription. (And if you’re wondering, the only reason I took a break was because I had such a huge backlog of beauty samples to try)

Not sure what I was expecting, but other than the perfume (I’m cursed!), a pretty good line up, though still pricey at $21!

A one ounce bottle of Phyto Phytokeratine Repairing Thermal Protectant Spray ($32), which I’m always happy to try since I blow dry almost every day. And a small tub of Vichy Idealia Skin Sleep ($35) described as a “shot of espresso for your skin” featuring caffeine, hyaluronic acid, and Vitamin B3.

October 2015 Glossybox Review Paris Theme Phyto vichy

And then a dose of classic red with Lollipops Make Up Paris nail lacquer ($10) in Voyage A Paris and De Bruyere Paris Red Lipgloss ($17.50). I love red nail polish but have yet to adopt the red lip.

October 2015 Glossybox Review Paris Theme lollipops de bruyere

And then, of course, a perfume. A full size stick of Sabe Masson Le Soft Perfume ($25) which goes on nicely but still isn’t my fragrance.

October 2015 Glossybox Review Paris Theme sabe masson

Glossybox runs $21 a month and offers 100 points for reviewing all items in the box, so you can basically earn one free box for every 10. If you’re interested in trying Glossybox, feel free to sign up using my link which will get me 1/4 or more of the way to a free box. 🙂


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